The holiday season is a time to think of everyone else in your life — a drill for dad, toys for the kids, new self-care essentials for your spouse. And while the displays of gratitude and love are admirable, it's also okay to think of yourself and your own needs every once in a while, too. Walmart's Deals for Days is serving up sweet discounts on the things you want all month long — for everyone on your shopping list, yes, and also for yourself. From the practical — like a Shark cordless vacuum — to the indulgent — like a faux fur weighted blanket — think of it as a reward for all your hard work this year.
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This Shark vacuum is light on weight yet heavy on power. Weighing in at just under eight pounds, this cordless model is easy to bring to different areas and levels of your house, and the swivel steering enhances maneuverability. The brush roll has two settings — one for carpets and one for hardwood floors — and is a pro at picking up pet hair. The extra-large dust cup lets you get the job done in one go and the machine recharges to full power in just four hours.
Busy households will appreciate how easy this is to use from the jump: "This vacuum is super lightweight, easy to maneuver, powerful, and best of all cordless. We have two kids and a dog, our floors are always a mess. It is so convenient to grab this rechargeable vacuum and to keep our floors clean. Right out of the box, it is ready to go, one screw for the handle, the parts snap together, easy to assemble," said one reviewer.
Effortlessly giftable, the Laneige Lip Sleeping mask has a cult following and we're here to tell you, the hype is real. This little pot holds the secret to soft, moisturized lips all winter long. Hyaluronic acid and minerals combine to form the coveted "moisture wrap," a blanket of hydration that covers lips to keep them smooth, soft, and flake-free. While it's called a sleeping mask since it's meant to work while you snooze, you may want to stock up and keep one in your purse, one at your desk as well as one on your bedside table — it's that good.
A customer gave their review a one word title: Amazing. "If you live in a cold area where you get dry lips most of time or if you just want your lips to look healthy and shiny, then look no further. I've tried so many lip balms but they all end up drying up the lips. This one actually feels like you're putting on butter but in a good way!" they said.
When you hear "weighted blanket," do you think of a bulky, drab, likely dark-gray-colored sheet that prioritizes function over aesthetics? Us too, until we found this version at Walmart. The white, fluffy faux fur elevates the experience — it has a soft microfiber on the other side, if you prefer. And while it looks luxe, it clocks in at under $20 — an absolute steal. The cover is also removable and machine washable.
The 12-pound blanket offers calming pressure to deflate stress and help you get, and stay, asleep all night long. "I'm so incredibly happy with these weighted blankets. They're so comfortable and weighted perfectly; it's like a hug. My sleep quality has improved by using them," said one satisfied customer.
Your kids will have hours of fun sending the marbles down the ramps and through the tunnels with three different build combinations, from beginner to advanced. And you will love the fact that this toy gets the STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) stamp of approval from the Toy Association. A win-win for all. (Recommended for ages 4 and up.)
But don't take our word for it — trust a verified purchaser: "This is a great toy and activity for little ones to challenge their thinking and building skills. Helps to create some good hand-eye coordination as you have to follow instructions and assemble. Then you can watch the motion of the marbles flow through the path and it is a proud accomplishment moment."
Add this drill — and some new house projects in 2023 — to your list. It's small in size and in price, but this compact drill is still able to deliver 1,750 RPM motor and 475 in-lbs of torque. The kit includes the drill/driver, 20V battery, battery charger and 2-inch Phillips driver bit. You can complete 250 drilled holes on a single charge and the LED light helps increase visibility while you're at it.
This is the perfect gift for any power tool novice: "I'm not super handy but have completed more than a few small projects around my home with this drill...The guide is pretty comprehensive and the included battery and charger had me up and running in no time. There is an indicator light, which is helpful for knowing the charge status of the battery," explains one reviewer.
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Cricket Australia boss Nick Hockley advised David Warner against his social media bombshell on Test match eve, adamant a review of ball-tampering sanctions could go ahead without reopening old wounds.Warner's lengthy Instagram post on Wednesday evening set the scene for a dramatic week in Adelaide, with the opener lashing out at the process an independent panel appointed by CA's integrity commission wanted to take.
Paceman Jason Behrendorff says Lance Morris has become a scary prospect for batters, labelling the tearaway quick as the Perth Scorchers' "Joker" in the pack.Morris' stunning start to the Sheffield Shield season resulted in him being called into the Australian squad as injury cover ahead of the day-night Test against the West Indies in Adelaide.
Defiant Cricket Australia chief executive Nick Hockley insists he can keep players onside while refusing to apologise for handing over the botched review of David Warner's leadership ban.Hockley has come under fire following Warner's decision to withdraw his application to have his ban lifted, with questions asked about how CA lost control of the process.
A NSW woman who was drunk when she capsized a kayak, causing a four-year-old girl to drown, has been jailed for at least 18 months.Newcastle District Court judge Peter McGrath on Friday said Tamarah Eaton was a chronic alcoholic who drank a bottle of vodka hours before taking the young girl and a dog out in a one-man kayak to go fishing.
The United Nations has expressed concern over threats to civil liberties posed by Indonesia's new criminal code, warning the revised laws could result in the erosion of press freedom, privacy and human rights in the world's third-largest democracy.Indonesia's parliament approved the legislative overhaul on Tuesday, part of a decades-long process to replace its colonial-era penal code.
German lawmakers are calling for a review of security arrangements at the Bundestag lower house of parliament after authorities detained members of a far-right group they say were preparing a violent overthrow of the state.German authorities on Thursday ordered 23 people to be held for questioning as they investigate the group.
Queenslanders will receive discounts on their power bills after a deal was struck with the federal government to stump up cash for the Rockhampton Ring Road and a state energy plan.National cabinet agreed on Friday to a four-part plan, including $1.
A 37-year-old woman has been charged with manslaughter over the death of a man in southeast Queensland.She was previously charged with interfering with a corpse but the charge was upgraded late on Friday.
Banks are competing fiercely for new customers as rising interest rates keep the refinancing boom alive.Three of the big four banks - Commonwealth Bank, Westpac and ANZ - have all discounted their new customer variable rates in a bid to lure customers away from their competitors.
There is only one Chris Lynn but former New Zealand international Colin Munro is hoping to fill the void he will leave at the Brisbane Heat in this season's Big Bash League (BBL).Munro has played 357 T20 games and scored 8917 runs in multiple competitions and once scored a 14-ball half-century for New Zealand in a T20 international against Sri Lanka.
Travis Head's career-best innings has powered Australia to a commanding position of 7(dec)-511 on day two against West Indies at Adelaide Oval.As they have in past pink-ball Tests, Australia declared as the second session on day two approached its end after the tourists claimed a lucky break to dispatch the feverish Head for 175.
With quiet streets in the heart of China's capital and city eateries adhering to virus curbs, the anxieties created by the "zero-COVID-19" regime could hinder the world's second-largest economy's return to health.Though the government on Wednesday loosened key parts of the strict controls that kept the pandemic largely at bay for the past three years, many people and businesses appear wary of being too quick to shake off the shackles.
A bone infection has meant a hospital visit for Collingwood star Darcy Moore and sidelined him from AFL pre-season training until the new year.The news comes five days after teammate Jordan De Goey needed a shoulder operation that will put him out of action for about a month.
Pandemic payments for casual workers who test positive for COVID-19 have been extended over the summer period.Speaking from Kirribilli House in Sydney, Prime Minister Anthony Albanese announced on Friday national cabinet had agreed to continue the relief payments for workers in high risk settings.
Bam Adebayo scored 31 points and grabbed 10 rebounds, Jimmy Butler scored 26 points on 10-of-12 shooting from the floor as the Miami Heat handed the visiting Los Angeles Clippers their second NBA loss in as many nights, 115-110.Butler's brilliant shooting night kicked into overdrive down the stretch, as Miami's season-long leading scorer connected on three successive jumpers in the final 2:43 to help keep Los Angeles at bay.
For the third time that night, Shane Raymond Bretag tried to separate "two idiots" at a Brisbane casino.However, this time the former soldier used excessive force after experiencing hyper-vigilance and post-traumatic stress disorder as an Afghanistan veteran.
Potholed regional roads will be fixed in time for the holidays and that's a promise, the NSW government says.Significant road damage due to eastern Australia's recent big wet will require an estimated $3.